TAC 2015

The 2015 Trading Agent Competition was completed in 30 April 2015. TAC-15 featured two regular games: the Ad Exchange (AdX) and the Power TAC games. Preliminary rounds began in April 2015, involving 10 teams (4 in AdX, and 6 in

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TAC 2014

The 2014 Trading Agent Competition was completed in 6 May 2014. TAC-14 featured two regular games: the Ad Exchange (AdX) and the Power TAC games. Preliminary rounds began in March 2014, involving 15 teams (6 in AdX, and 9 in

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TAC 2013

The 2013 Trading Agent Competition was completed in 16 June 2013. TAC-13 featured two regular games: the Ad Auction (AA) and the Power TAC games. Preliminary rounds began in March 2013, involving 23 teams (8 in AA, and 13 in

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TAC 2012

The 2012 Trading Agent Competition was completed in June 2012. TAC-12 featured three regular games: the Ad Auction (AA), the Supply Chain Management (SCM), and the Power TAC games. Preliminary rounds began in May 2012, involving 34 teams (11 in

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TAC 2011

The 2011 Trading Agent Competition was completed in July 2011. TAC-11 featured three regular games: the supply chain management (SCM), market design (reverse TAC, or “CAT”), and Ad Auction (AA) games. In addition, TAC-11 included a pilot of the new

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TAC 2010

The 2010 Trading Agent Competition was completed in June 2010. TAC-10 featured three games: the supply chain management (SCM), market design (reverse TAC, or “CAT”), and Ad Auction (AA) games. Preliminary rounds began in May 2010, involving 28 teams (7

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TAC 2009

The 2009 Trading Agent Competition was completed in July 2009. TAC-09 featured three games: the supply chain management (SCM), market design (reverse TAC, or “CAT”), and Ad Auction (AA) games. Preliminary rounds began in June 2009, involving 42 teams (13

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TAC 2008

The 2008 Trading Agent Competition was completed in July 2008. TAC-08 featured two games: the supply chain management (SCM), and market design (reverse TAC, or “CAT”) games. Preliminary rounds began in June 2008, involving 32 teams (14 in SCM, 11

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TAC 2007

The 2007 Trading Agent Competition was completed in July 2007. TAC-07 featured two games: the supply chain management (SCM), and a new market design game (reverse TAC, or “CAT”). Preliminary rounds began in June 2007, involving 36 teams (18 in

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TAC 2006

The 2006 Trading Agent Competition has now been completed. TAC-06 featured two games: the “classic” travel-shopping game, and a supply chain management (SCM) game. Preliminary rounds began on 3 April 2006, involving 31 teams (23 in SCM and 8 in

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TAC 2005

The 2005 Trading Agent Competition has now been completed. TAC-05 featured two games: the “classic” travel-shopping game, and a supply chain management (SCM) game. Preliminary rounds began on 13 June 2005, involving 43 teams (32 in SCM and 11 in

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TAC 2004

The 2004 Trading Agent Competition was completed in July 2004. TAC-04 featured two games: the “classic” travel-shopping game and the supply chain management (SCM). Preliminary rounds began in June 2004, involving 41 teams (12 in TAC Classic and 29 in

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TAC 2003

The 2003 Trading Agent Competition was held in August 2003 in Acapulco, Mexico and featured two games: the “classic” travel-shopping game and the supply chain management (SCM). 35 agents participated in the preliminary rounds (15 Travel agents and 20 SCM).

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TAC 2002

The 2002 Trading Agent Competition was held on 28 July 2002 in Edmonton, Canada and featured the “classic” travel-shopping game. 26 agents participated in the preliminary rounds. Based on the qualifying and seeding rounds, 8 Travel agents proceeded to the

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